Arlington Museum of Art
201 W Main St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
About Arlington Museum of Art
A non-collecting art museum located in downtown Arlington, Texas. It hosts art exhibitions and also offers art-related adult workshops, children's classes, film screenings, and lectures. It is also home to a basement recording studio known as Zig Productions.
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